I haven't consumed my collards in many ways this year, other than by juicing them. Since I had a lot of salad and sandwich type of ingredients on hand, I decided to make some collard wraps.
I grabbed three large collard leaves from the garden, as well as some kale leaves and fresh cilantro from the garden for my wraps.
I de-ribbed (took off the stem) of the collards and kale, and then prepped other items to stuff inside my wrap: grape tomatoes, avocado, red pepper hummus, deli turkey, pepperjack cheese and lemon.
I spread a couple tablespoons of the hummus on the leaf first (it helps to "glue" the leaf together), then stuffed the rest of the ingredients inside and rolled it up. One and a half wraps were quite filling, so I'll have the remaining wraps for lunch tomorrow (yay for leftovers!)
Other winter green harvests this week included swiss chard and salad greens.
Arugula, Romaine lettuce, leaf lettuce, and baby spinach.
My harvest totals so far this year include: